Hiya...unfortunately there is no right working on the desktop....it does not look like being a quick fix..... does it....but i can work with it for now, then i shall have to buy another computer and copy some personal folders over. Thank you
After you log on to your computer press ctrl + shift + esc to start task manager, click File >> New Task and type regedit.exe
Windows Registry window will open up and navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> Software >> Microsoft >> Windows NT >> Current Version >> Winlogon once, but don’t expand it, Locate shell and change it value to explorer.exe, even if it is explorer.exe already retype it.
If yes, boot into safe mode with command prompt. At the prompt, type:
and press enter. That will open the system restore points. You can roll back to before the problem started.